Each child will have How we make this happen
Curiosity: Children achieve their very best and have positive learning attitudes. A strong Christian ethos that permeates all aspects of school life. High standards of teaching and learning to inspire children to be curious. a range of extra curricular opportunities.
Respect and Thankfulness: Respect for others, ourselves and our environment. An emphasis on inclusiveness, tolerance and celebrating our differences by valuing every individual.
Independence: A sense of responsibility for ourselves and the world around us. High expectations for work and behaviour.
Resilience: Courage, determination and perseverance. A safe, secure and nurturing environment.
Forgiveness and Honesty: Living by our values, ethics and morals. An emphasis on wellbeing and compassion of all members of the school community.
Teamwork and Koinonia: A sense of belonging, working together in our community with love for all. Good communication and social skills. A family ethos with good relationships throughout. Effective involvement of parents in their childrens learning.

Our school vision is:

Where every child shines

“Let your light shine before men, that they might see your good works, and glorify your Father in Heaven” Matthew 5:16

Our vision reminds us of the importance of our actions. Our actions allow us to let our light shine.

Jesus said “I am the light of the world” (John 8.12) and as he spoke to those around him said “you are the light of the world” as we aim to follow Jesus in our lives. The vision was developed through this aspirational lens where all God’s children are called to “give glory” to our Father in heaven through our “good works” as our actions. Where we see light as knowledge, illumination and intelligence, our ethos and actions are important for us to let our light shine and to share the light of Jesus with those around us. 

Our vision is rooted in this theology and reflects both the Trust’s vision of Learning for life and the Leicestershire Diocesan Board of Education vision of ‘Transforming the lives of children and young people’. Our vision linked to the gospel reference reflects the context of the school as a beacon of hope, a light on a hill (literally) for those within the school and outside the school, for the future and as custodians of God’s world within our rural village community.

The most recent Ofsted report (September 2023) described the school as a “small school with a big heart where everyone is respected”.

Our school has an accepting, nurturing and inclusive attitude towards others and we create a loving and safe environment for our children and staff guided by God. In our nurturing way we aspire for everyone to be the best they can be that God intended us to be.